QPR chief sets points target ahead of crunch clash with Premier League relegation rivals Hull City

first_imgChris Ramsey is challenging his Queens Park Rangers squad to take at least 15 points from their remaining Premier League games to secure survival.Ramsey, in charge for the remainder of the season following Harry Redknapp’s resignation, steered the Hoops to a first away victory of the season at Sunderland last week.QPR now face another trip to a relegation rival, with Steve Bruce’s 16th-placed Hull side their hosts this Saturday, and Ramsey had made it clear what his team, who have taken 22 points from 25 games so far this season, must do to ensure they avoid the drop.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, he said: “There is always the magical points [target] you try to get between 37 and 40.“It is a cliché but you have got take each game as it comes and try to make sure whatever happens you try and get a result in every game.“The other teams have got their games to deal with and we don’t really focus on what is around us. We just know if you get between 37 to 40 points, there is a good chance you will stay up.“It is going to be very tough, but I think the players have got the bit between the teeth.“We know Hull is going to be really difficult, they have got some very good players, but we will just prepare the best we can and go into it with the same attitude we did against Sunderland.”last_img read more